Throughout July, the industry was invited to nominate women of the energy transition: the trailblazers, the entrepreneurs, the women busy getting things done and not stopping to celebrate their achievements. We asked their colleagues, peers, and partners throughout the global energy industry to nominate them for recognition in the TE100 and enhance their visibility as a role model wherever they are in their careers: just starting out or an industry veteran, we will raise their profile and champion their successes.

Transition Economist is delighted to present the 10 women in the gas & LNG category, as selected by advisory board member Amanda Duhon, EIC. 

In making the difficult selection from all nominees, Amanda focused on entries that clearly stated what the nominee is doing to push forward energy transition and/or how she is empowering women in industry. There were a vast number of entries and selecting only 10 was a challenge!

Here's to you, the women in the gas & LNG world, who are striving for more in both the energy transition and equality. 

TE100: Gas & LNG

Elisabetta Purlalli SVP LNG Equity Valorization, Eni
Jillian Evanko President & CEO, Chart Industries
Lim Chia Wei (Cempaka) Sales Engineer, Schlumberger
Mona Setoodeh Managing Director, CH-IV
Patricia Tiller Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth
Shradha Pradhan Power Xpert Application Engineer, Eaton Corporation
Vanessa Bullock Maintenance Engineering Team Lead

(Power & Utilities), Woodside Energy

Fatema al-Nuaimi CEO, Adnoc LNG
Noureen Faizee Strategy & Research Director, Worley
Tze San Koh President China Gas Marketing, ExxonMobil

 

Look out for content coming from these wonderful women, and if you would like to learn more about TE100, Transition Economist, or how you can contribute content to support the energy transition OR gender equality, please contact Rachel: rachel.mcghie@pemedianetwork.com.

Keep an eye out for our new TE100 newsletter and further announcements across the TE100 categories in the coming weeks!

Thank you again for all your support of this programme, and please share far and wide to raise the visibility of these women who are leading by example!